Mastery

New Direction? It's Basics!

Belinda teaching an Alexander Technique to a group of actors. She demonstrates the thickness of the spine by have students hold a skeleton’s spine in their hand to know they have strength and support.

New things are happening at AT Motion!

You may have noticed a new direction. Many AT Motion classes now have a prerequisite. How does this serve you? Why take BASICS 1 and 2 @ AT Motion?

Mastery comes from having an unshakable foundation that you keep returning to and improving. Take another look at your foundation and consider what you need to move forward. When you learn the foundation of a skill, or go about revisiting your foundational skills, you are creating a firmer base that you can rely on.

Concrete slabs making up the foundation of a large building. The slabs are stacked on top of each other with a few gaps and empty spaces.. This relates to Belinda’s Alexander Technique Basics class as you can see, when you build a foundation, there are often gaps left to be filled in at a later date.

Basics 1 and 2 @ AT Motion are foundational classes designed to give an experience of the core principles of the Alexander Technique (AT) through the lens of acting - very specifically through for actors. With a fundamental sense of the work as a prerequisite, you will be able to explore with more complexity. The AT can support your process in more advanced AT Motion classes aimed at specific aspects of embodying a role and living well as an actor.

It’s that simple. Begin at the beginning or revisit the beginning again and again… and then you will be ready to go deeper, take on challenges, express with precision and strength of feeling.